Friday, 16 November 2012
Saturday, 3 November 2012
Wednesday, 3 October 2012
I made these wicker daggers at Staverton show.
There was a lady who charged £1 to make a dagger, a sword, a tree and a dragon fly but it was £20 to make a basket. I really loved the workshop because I love weaving, carving and working with wood. The objects were made out of long pieces of steamed willow shoots.
Posted by Lubna at 03:36
Tuesday, 21 August 2012
They are very old and the top one is waterproof because it has a piece of plastic stuck in
the nest at the bottom is interesting because the bird used unravelled blue string as
lining and it also used some garden twine to hold it together.
Posted by Lubna at 04:29
Sunday, 15 July 2012
I went to the Yayoi Kusama show at the Tate Modern.You could make the show as well as the artist because you could stick big dots on the wall. At first the walls were completely white and everything in the room was white. Then you were allowed to go in and stick coloured dots on every object or surface in the room. The room was called the obliteration room.
Posted by Lubna at 15:40
Wednesday, 11 July 2012
Friday, 29 June 2012
this is a temple goat
This is a green beetle that kept appearing and then playing dead.
Trucks are always fancily painted
this is a sign showing the drinks available in this shop.
My favourite is boost.Can you find it?
These are the Chinese fishing nets. there are many more dotted around
Kerala. Although they look pretty wierd , they work well
teapots in teapot cafe.
Here I am drinking coconut milk.Yuck!
Posted by Lubna at 13:50